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Obsessive compulsive disorder or “OCD” is a mental anxiety disorder where a person has repetitive urges or unwanted ideas or an urge or discomfort to do something.  The obsessive thoughts range from the ideas of losing control, to themes that surround religion, or obsessive cleanliness.  Compulsions are the relief mechanisms that allow you to reduce the anxiety level involved with the obsessions.  These obsessions are often repetitive, distressing, and difficult to overcome.obsessive thoughts range from the ideas of losing control, to themes that surround religion, or obsessive cleanliness.  Compulsions are the relief mechanisms that allow you to reduce the anxiety level involved with the obsessions.  These obsessions are often repetitive, distressing, and difficult to overcome.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is More Common Than the Other Mental Diseases

Obsessive Compulsive DisorderObsessive compulsive disorder is more common than the other mental diseases such as schizophrenia, bipolar, or panic disorder.  Many people often believe that they are the cause for themselves having OCD.

While there are treatments available for obsessive compulsive disorder, people are often embarrassed of their condition and do not seek help.  Obsessive compulsive disorder can range from obsessive washing of the hands (germ phobia), repetitive completion of a task, doing things in a rhythmic pattern, continuous rewriting due to the feeling of it not being correctly written, problems with uneven or even numbers, things being straight and even, checking the door, fears of knowing the truth, and constant worrying.  Compulsions are the relief of the obsessions that a person might wash their hands several times, not touch door knobs, constant counting, repetitive touching of an item or object, or tying and retying shoes until it feels just right.

Seek Help for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive compulsive disorder has often been accused of being the neat disorder when really it can cause so much chaos in your life. It is okay to seek help; there are many treatment facilities, medications, and counseling options to help people with obsessive compulsive disorder.

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